Victoria Lopyreva

Victoria Petrovna Lopyreva (Russian: Виктория Петровна Лопырёва, romanizedViktoriya Petrovna Lopyryova; born 26 July 1983) is a Russian television presenter, actress, model, blogger, and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Russia 2003. She was an official ambassador of the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia.

Victoria Lopyreva
Виктория Лопырёва
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Born
Viktoriya Petrovna Lopyryova

(1983-07-26) 26 July 1983 (age 39)
Occupation
  • Television presenter
  • actress
  • model
  • blogger
  • beauty pageant titleholder
Height1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)
Beauty pageant titleholder
TitleMiss Russia 2003
Hair colorBlonde
Eye colorGreen
Major
competition(s)
Miss Russia 2003 (Winner)

As a model, Lopyreva has appeared in magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Gala, Future Television, L'Officiel, Beauty, Beauty Unlimited, NRG, OK!, and HELLO!. She also was a director of the Miss Russia pageant for a period of time. In 2006, Lopyreva hosted the Miss Europe pageant held in Ukraine.[1] In 2008, she took part in the Russian version of Survivor, Last Hero.[2]

Early lifeEdit

Victoria Lopyreva (Russian: Виктория Лопырёва) was born in Rostov-on-Don, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union 28 July 1983. In 2002, she won the "Donbass_Open fest", in 2003 – "Miss Russia Awards" and moved to Moscow. In 2006, Victoria started working in the Central Television.

She is currently married to Igor Bulatov and is a mom of a baby boy.

Model careerEdit

  • Award winner of "Super Model of the World" – 2000
  • Miss Russian Photo – 2001
  • Miss Russia – 2003

TVEdit

  • TV anchor of "Miss Europe Awards" on central European TV channels
  • TV anchor of the show "Football Night" on NTV
  • TV anchor of the show "The real sport" on Post TV-2009
  • TV anchor of the show "Happiness! The video version" on the "U" channel
  • TV anchor "Fashion ambulance" on MUZ TV since 2011
  • MUZ TV FASHION CHART TV anchor since 2012

FootballEdit

 
Victoria Lopyreva, 2017

Lopyreva was a co-anchor of the "Football Night" TV show in 2007. She said she got seriously interested in football after that.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Alexandra Matoshko (1 November 2006). "French beauty wins Miss Europe contest". Kyiv Post. Retrieved 8 January 2009.
  2. ^ "Last Hero: Lost in the Paradise". Archived from the original on 20 January 2009. Retrieved 8 January 2009.

External linksEdit

Preceded by Miss Russia
2003
Succeeded by
Diana Zaripova